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Is diet soda really that bad for you? Maybe not


Is diet soda really that bad for you? Maybe not
Winona Daily News

“Consumers of diet soda who engage in other lifestyle behaviors associated with poor health outcomes are at a greater risk than those who balance their intake of diet soda with other healthful habits,” says Cara Harbstreet, R.D., of Street Smart

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